Important Changes to the Passport Program
The Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services announced important changes to the Passport Program on May 8th.
For more information, we invite you to reach the DSOER, Passport information line at 1-855-376-3737 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We are pleased to respond to any questions you may have however, due to a large volume of calls, we ask you to please leave your name, contact number and a brief message and we will return your call within the next 5 working days.
Annual Report 2017-2018
The Annual Report 2017-2018 provides the latest updates at Service Coordination for People with Developmental Disabilities (SCS). This report covers the previous fiscal year starting on April 1, 2017 and ending on March 31, 2018.
- Message from the Chair of the Board of Directors
- Message from the Executive Director
- Review of SCS Performance
- Review of Challenges
- Review of the Services Offered by SCS
- Review of the Main Projects at SCS
- Financial Overview
- 2017-2018 Board of Directors and Committees
MY HOME, MY COMMUNITY: Exploring housing models beyond the group home
A special thanks to everyone who helped and contributed to making this conference a fabulous success!
Meet George, a Participant of Children’s Case Management at Service Coordination
Karen knows the advocacy and determination that comes with having a child with many disabilities. She and George, her 18-year-old son, have faced more uncertainty than most. They lived for 21 months at a hotel while waiting for City of Ottawa affordable housing after her marriage ended. Karen and George have now found stability and support.
Meet Tomas, a Participant of Adult Case Management at Service Coordination
“Cooking is not difficult. Cooking is easy.”
Tomas works in a kitchen at an Italian restaurant. He takes care of dishes and helps with the cooking, alongside six other kitchen staff. “It’s no problem,” he says. The Bistro is close to home, so Tomas can walk, take the bus or bicycle to work.
Now available on demand:
Awareness, Use and Expectation of Services in the Ottawa Region
SCS is inviting families and partners to read Awareness, Use and Expectation of Services in the Ottawa Region in response to the survey last fall.
Nowhere to Turn
Ontario Ombudsman released the report Nowhere to Turn, a special report in response to situations of crisis involving adults with developmental disabilities (DD) in Ontario.
The Good Life
The Good Life is a journey, not a destination, where we connect with our community, our passions and our values through the pursuit of our goals. Having a job plays an important role in this journey; it helps us meet new people, develop skills and find fulfillment in meaningful activities.